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Cambridge Marketing College

College Award Winners

2011

Caroline Kane, Marketing Operations Manager at Aegon in Edinburgh, was awarded the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s prize for Best International Student at the CIM’s annual graduation ceremony in the Symphony Hall, Birmingham in November 2011. Caroline won the award for her assignment for the Marketing Leadership and Planning module of the CIM Chartered Postgraduate Diploma which is considered the hardest test of the Postgraduate Diploma, itself the highest qualification that the CIM offers. Caroline attended Saturday Seminars to study for the course at our Edinburgh Study Centre. 

2010

Lucy Black from Jet2.com won the Bill Ward Trophy for her excellent results in the CAM Diploma in Marketing Communications. Lucy was presented with her award at the Business North East Exhibition in Huddersfield. Lucy studied by executive weekends at our Manchester Study Centre.

2009

The College was also proud to sponsor the CIM Marketer of the Year Award 2009. Hugh Dennis (ex-marketer) and CMC's Chairman, Charles Nixon, presented Magnus Halvang from CEMEX UK with the award. On 1 July 2009 at the CAM Awards and Launch Ceremony we were delighted that three CMC delegates were presented with major awards by Professor Keith Fletcher, Director of Education, CIM and Dr Ruth Ashford, Chief CIM/CAM Examiner: Emily Jane de Looze - Overall Top CAM Student 2008, Emma Kane - Top CAM student for Integrated Media, Rebecca Rogers - Overall Top CAM Student 2007

Lucy Black won the Bill Ward Trophy for her excellent results in the CAM Diploma in Marketing Communications.Katherine Webb won a CAM Top Student Award.

Angela Lawrence, one of our tutors, was nominated Emerging Marketer of the Year in The Drum Marketing Awards 2009; and Professional Service Provider of the Year by South East Cheshire Enterprise.

2008

Emily Jane de Looze won Overall Top CAM Student 2008.
Emma Kane won Top CAM student for Integrated Media.
Paul Woodford was 5th in the world out of all CAM Diploma students and received the Top Student Award at the CIM Yorkshire Awards.

2007

William Groboel was joint Worldwide best CIM Student for Strategic Marketing in PracticeRebecca Rogers won Overall Top CAM Student 2007

2006


Erfan Djazmi was awarded Worldwide best CIM Student for Marketing Research

2004

Laura Naylor was Top CIM Certificate Student South WestClaire Gardener was Top CIM Diploma Student South West
Alistair Baldrey was Top CIM Advanced Certificate Student South YorkshireRachel Housman was Top CIM Advanced Certificate Student Leicester
Joseph Richardson was Top CIM Postgraduate Diploma Student HumbersideJulie Hurst was Top CIM Advanced Certificate Student Manchester
Zita Goodliffe was Top CIM Diploma Student CambridgeMaria Gallagher was Top CIM Postgraduate Diploma Student Manchester

2003

Kathryn Downward was Worldwide best CIM Student for Marketing Communications and winner of the IPA AwardJenny Wroe was awarded best CIM Student in North West
Sarah Taylor was the winner of the Shelfline Award for Direct MarketingMeryl Coleclough was the winner of the Women in PR Award
Neil Coatten was the winner of the ISBA Award for all round Marketer

2002

Emma Taylor was the winner of the Daily Express Rose Bowl for top student in MediaLisbet Kelsy was the winner of the DMA and ISP Awards
Helen Barnet was the winner of the Shelfline Award for Direct MarketingMichelle Wilkins was the winner of the David Pilton Award for top student in Advertising
Lia Young was the winner of the ISBA award for all round studentCaroline Jones was the winner of the Women in PR Award

2001

Emily Nicol was awarded the Economist Prize for best Worldwide Student for PlanningCaroline Jones was the winner of the Daily Express Rose Bowl for top student in Media and of the ASA for top overall student

2000

Julie Ridge was the winner of the Daily Express Rose Bowl for top student in Media

1999

Heather Yaxley, now our CIPR Course Director, was awarded Winner of Women in PR Award

1997

The College was honoured with one of only 13 Chartered Institute of Marketing Tuition Quality Awards

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We are delighted to announce that CMC has been invited to join the Scotland Food & Drink Skills Academy (SFDSA)’s Network of Excellence. The College joins leading colleges, universities and specialist industry training firms to provide world-class vocational education and training for Scotland’s food and drink sector.   Angela Foreman, Partnership Manager at the SFDSA, said every institution accepted into the Academy’s network had demonstrated a track record of experience in supporting businesses in class-leading levels of workforce education, training and skills project consultancy.

Harry MacDivitt, one of our Edinburgh tutors, accepted the Award on our behalf at the SFDSA Network of Excellence Awards 2015, which were launched by Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Angela Constance MSP.

The SFDSA's aim is to help people add economic value to business in the Scottish food and drink sector through training and development. They are fiercely proud of their independence, integrity and quest to deliver this aim over the long term and we are very proud to be working with them.
http://www.sfd-skillsacademy.co.uk/
 

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